OBITUARY

Charles Martin Maly

February 8, 1953January 9, 2019

Charles Martin Maly, 65, of Meadowlands passed away with his family by his side Wednesday, January 9, 2019 at St. Luke’s Hospital. He was born February 8, 1953 to Anthony and Marian Maly in Duluth.

Charles was raised on the family farm in Meadowlands and he enjoyed spending time on the farm. He was happy to be either tinkering on a car or cruising in his side by side at the farm.

He proudly served his country for the United States Air National Guard and he retired from Eveleth Taconite.

Charles was preceded in death by his parents, Anthony and Marian.

He will be greatly missed by his son, Kenneth (Paula Germain) Maly of Meadowlands; step daughters, Karla and Tanya Summers; brother, Richard (Rebecca) Maly of Meadowlands; sisters, Darlene (Stanley) Salin of Iron and Bonnie (Steve) Van Duker of Meadowlands; five nieces; five nephews; six grandnieces; and seven grandnephews.

Celebration of Life will be held at 12:00 noon Saturday, January 19, 2018 at Meadowlands Community Center, 7758 Western Ave. Inurnment will be in Meadowlands Cemetery. Please leave a memory of Charles or words of support for his family at www.bellbrothersfuneralhome.com .

  • FAMILY

  • Kenneth (Paula Germain) Maly, Son
  • Karla Summers, Step Daughter
  • Tanya Summers, Step Daughter
  • Richard (Rebecca) Maly, Brother
  • Darlene (Stanley) Salin, Sister
  • Bonnie (Steve) Van Duker, Sister
  • Charles is also survived by his five nieces; five nephews, six grandnieces, and seven grandnephews.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Saturday, January 19, 2019
REMEMBERING

Charles Martin Maly

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Gayle & Stan Schramm

January 19, 2019

Stan and I want to extend our deepest sympathy to the entire Maly family. I will always have such fond memories of Chuckie like him Jim and Jerry racing down the hills with their bobock machines, snowmobiling to Devils Island or our annual trick and treating. Whenever Up North and we would run into him at the Trailside,etc. he would always greet me with a smile and big hug. And he always asked about our Tanya since she and his Tanya spent the night at his house many years ago.
Chuckie you are now free from all the pain you suffered here.

Elaine and Norm Niskanen

January 13, 2019

Our deepest sympathy to Chucks family. We had the honor of knowing him when we lived in Meadowlands back in the 1980's. The memory that stands out most is his smile. You always knew it was sincere and he was genuinely happy to see you, he never failed to give me a big hug whenever we saw him. It may have been years since we last saw him but the memories we have will always be with us. Keep the memories alive, share them with everyone, that will always keep him close to you and like Chuck. they will make you smile. Keeping all of you in our thoughts and prayers.

Richard Sterling

January 12, 2019

Chuck is instilled in my memory while we worked together. So surprised with his passing. Every morning we would clean his windows on the fork truck in our shop and have coffee together while doing it. Just one of those little things in life that we remember and treasure. He will not be forgotten.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY